2018 Idaho Statutes
Title 63 - REVENUE AND TAXATION
Chapter 6 - EXEMPTIONS FROM TAXATION
Section 63-602E - PROPERTY EXEMPT FROM TAXATION — PROPERTY USED FOR SCHOOL OR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES.

Universal Citation: ID Code § 63-602E (2018)
63-602E. PROPERTY EXEMPT FROM TAXATION — PROPERTY USED FOR SCHOOL OR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES. (1) The following property is exempt from taxation: all property used exclusively for nonprofit school or educational purposes, property used for charter school purposes, and all property from which no profit is derived and which is held or used exclusively for endowment, building or maintenance purposes of schools or educational institutions.
(2) If property is used primarily for nonprofit school purposes or charter school purposes and for business purposes from which a revenue is derived, which revenue is not related to the educational purpose for which the nonprofit school or charter school exists, the assessor shall determine the value of the entire property, of the part used for nonprofit school purposes or charter school purposes, and of the part used for such unrelated business purposes. The portion of the building used for nonprofit school purposes or charter school purposes and for business and administration of the nonprofit school or charter school shall be exempt from taxation.
(3) Possessory interests in improvements on state college or state university owned land used exclusively for student housing, college or university operated dining, or other education related purposes approved by the state board of education and board of regents of the university of Idaho as proper for the operation of such state college or university shall be exempt from taxation.

History:
[63-602E, added 1996, ch. 98, sec. 7, p. 350; am. 2003, ch. 222, sec. 1, p. 574; am. 2006, ch. 366, sec. 1, p. 1104; am. 2010, ch. 254, sec. 2, p. 645.]

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